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  • 00:14

    Bergen County moves to create LGBT advisory committee

    in News

    Join us on Record Talk Radio on Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. when we'll discuss the news that Bergen County  will will create its first-ever Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender advisory committee.


    The announcement Monday comes days after a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding same-sex marriage in all 50 states.


    Our guests will include Freeholder Tracy Zur, Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen and SuSu Stewart, chair of Newark's LGBT commission.


    Zur will talk about how how plans for the committee came about. Bowen will offer her statewide perspective on what she calls "the golden age" of LGBT activism" and Stewart will talk about some of the issues Newark's 11-member commission has addressed.


    Bergen County would join Jersey City, Essex County and Newark, which have already created LGBT advisory panels.


     


     

  • 01:07

    Women of Golf - Giulia Molinaro & Golf Channel - Kelly Miller & John Hollett Jr

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!


    This week Cindy & I speak with LPGA Professional & Symetra Tour's leading Money Winner - Giulia Molinaro.


    Later were joined by Kelly Miller Elisha, Feature Producer at Golf Channel & John Hollett, Jr Post Production Editor at Golf Channel, both in Orlando, FL.


    Here's more about Kelly & John:


    Kelly is a Feature Producer at Golf Channel in Orlando, FL. She has produced features for Golf Channel, NBC Sports and NBC. In February of 2014, she was given the opportunity to be a Producer for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Her assignment was to produce daily features for Emmy award winning Jimmy Roberts. Kelly started at the Golf Channel in 2007 and has covered the PGA TOUR, LPGA, Champions Tour, and European Tour, as well as various amateur events.


    John edits features for Golf Channel, NBC Sports. John works on such shows as Golf Central, Live From, School of Golf, Golf Fix just to name a few. He has also edited on site for The Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship. He was the lead editor for the Emmy Award nominated show In Play with Jimmy Roberts. John has over 15 years of experience in the television industry which also includes videography and producing.


    Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf

  • 02:29

    The Racial History of the Gospel Song "Amazing Grace"

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, June, 29th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/


     


    1) Did you see President Obama’s eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney on Friday?  What did you think about it?  2) An activist on Saturday today down the Confederate Battle Flag at the South Carolina State Capitol.  Why?  What about the American Flag?  3) Legendary Educator Marva Collins has died at age 78.  4) There have been 6 Black churches in the South that have been set on fire. What’s going on?  5) This date in African American History – Muhammad Ali wins his case against the U.S. for refusing to be drafted in the U.S. Army, June 28th, 1971.

  • 00:32

    Kevin Stabinsky,"Pearls Before Swine"

    in Books

    I became interested in writing during my freshman year in college (fall 1998). I was deeply involved in playing Ancient Anguish, a text- based fantasy multi-user dimension (MUD) game. One of the perks of completing enough quests in the game was the opportunity to become a coder for the game.


    The joy at seeing my creation come to life got me interested in the creative process, so I decided to pursue a degree in creative writing from Penn State University. I joined the Penn State Schuylkill Campus Collegiate staff, interned at PA Business Central and Voices of Central Pennsylvania, and became a summer correspondent for the Pottsville Republican.


    In Dec. 2002, I graduated from Penn State University with a B.A., English, with an emphasis in nonfiction writing. Following graduation, I enlisted in the Army as a print journalist. During my roughly 6 years in the Army, I covered multiple story types (sports, hard news, features), earning several awards. My work has appeared in multiple newspapers worldwide to include Military.com (readership: 6,023,048); Stars and Stripes, Washington, DC (readership: 1,000,000); and the Associated Press, New York, NY. One of my stories, Girl Waits for Second Chance to See, made the front cover of Stars and Stripes.


    My work in the Army garnered me numerous awards, including the 2007 U.S. Army Forces Command runner-up Journalist of the Year (one of the top 14 journalists Army wide), 2005 Installation Management Southwest Region Journalist of the Year (one of the top seven journalists Army-wide). Other individual Army awards include editor of the 2007 top Army field publication, second place in 2007 for story series, and second place in 2006 for feature articles.


    I am also a graduate of the Christian Writers Guild and have had work published in devotionals such as Soul Journey.

  • 02:00

    Our first two hour show! TB and Justin Pinotti join the program.

    in Sports

    Tonight on the ALL NEW Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, TB co-hosts with myself as we look at all of the wildness that has happened in the sports world in the past 72 hours. We will chat about the U.S. ladies defeating China and TB will share his thoughts on the game. We will also discuss how they will fair against Germany and what is his prediction for the game? Tune in and find out.  Justin Pinotti from UpAllNightNews.com and Up All Night will join the program in the second hour to discuss what he thought of the T-Wolves draft and how good will they beat next year with their new talent? We will get his answer. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE on this 2 HOUR edition of Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen


    Images via Google


    Fireball by Pitbull starts out our program


    Hey Soul Sister by Train is our commercial music.

  • 01:30

    Civil Disobedience from States in Response to Friday's Ruling, Space X Rocket

    in Christianity

    As a result of Friday's Supreme Court's decision, Some states are taking alternative measures to go around its ruling. A Space X Rocket explodes in air, China weighs using Neutron Bomb against U.S. invasion, Greece Banks CLOSED, and more Global News that You can Use as it relates to the Bible and End Times

  • 00:29

    MEET NAFE WIN NETWORK DIRECTOR & CO DIRECTOR

    in Women

    Mary Aurtrey is a member of the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) since 1991.  She is currently the Network Director for Women In Networking (WIN), Indianapolis, a professional women’s network of (NAFE).   She directs general guidance of  operations, management, and personnel of the network.  She was recognized by NAFE in 2008 as the Woman of Excellence Award for Mentoring. 


    Mary Aurtrey is a Systems Accountant in the Headquarters Accounting and Reporting Systems Office, Information & Technology, at the Defense Finance & Accounting Service Center, Indianapolis, Indiana.  Some of her responsibilities include managing Systems Interface Agreements, Contingency Operations Planning, and Financial Management Internal Controls.  She has successfully completed the Lean6 (Sigma) Green Belt and Black Belt Training.  She has a Masters Degree in Executive Development (Ball State University, a Bachelors Degree in Business & Administration (University of Maryland) Europe,  and an Accounting Degree (Vincennes University).  She is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy.


     Mary served in the United States Army for 22 years, retiring at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major (E-9) at Fort Benjamin Harrison (Indianapolis) and served during the Vietnam and Desert Storm eras. 


    The Co-Director of the Group is Lottie McCallister, she brings to the group 30 years of accounting experience.  She has a BS in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University.  She has been 18 years with Primerica, part time and 6 years with the US Government DFAS Full Time.  She holds Life Ins., Property & Casualty and Variable Contracts State Licences and has Series 6,63 and 26 Securities Licenses.

  • 00:30

    "Red Line" talk on Iran deal ramps up as Congress reacts tonite @6:30EDT

    in Politics

    Hear the latest on Congress from Congress College tonite at 6:30 EDT. Your host, Elizabeth Chryst, cuts thru the code talk that comes from DC after having spent 26 years on Capitol hill and holds the distinction of having been the first woman to be elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. All shows are archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Thanks for listening.

  • 01:05

    "Help4Men Radio Special " New Orleans Government Exposed

    in Politics

    The ATC comminisioner appointed has at least three known pending racial discrimination lawsuits and this commissioner Troy Hebert has denied a U.S. Major with 24 years of service and a disable Black female veteran a liquor license without reason, without any application errors, without any wrong doings after 22 unannounced inspections. Hebert serves at the pleasure of the businesses in the French Quarters, yet, you have allowed the racially motivated person to continue his deception.



    Less than 2% black business owners in the French Quarters
    50% of young African Americans unemployed
    Black Zip codes…. 70117, 70118, 70122, 70126, 70127, 70128 no help after Katrina
    12 Billion was give after hurricane Rita
    108 Billion was given after hurricane Katrina
    Within 32 years there was ONLY 2 Black Mayors… 1st 1978 and the other was in 2010 and his now in prison.
    For every $1000 Whites make in New Orleans. Blacks ONLY make $35.00
    Why is the state allowing an alleged racist (recently reported to have 3 open federal discrimination lawsuits pending) to remain as the head of one of the top revenue generating offices of the state of Louisiana? It's time to call Gov Bobby Jindal and tell him to put ATC Commissioner, Troy Hebert, on the bench. Bring him in and off the field until after these legal cases are tried... (225)342-0991 or (225) 219-2135.


     

  • 02:06

    Mama Mia NO Sharia! with Vito Esposito and AL

    in Politics

    Al and Vito will be discussing the topic of the day & past week including the Ramadan Rampages in France, Kuwait and Tunisia.  U.S. Embassy in Indonesia celebrates 4th of July on June 4th so as not to offend muslims during their "holy Ramadan" season. Really? the PC police come out & change our United States celebration so not to offend muslims. Yet during muslims most holiest of times they go on a rampage and kill hundreds of non-muslims around the world?  


    New report today, AIDS making a comeback within ISIS. Wonder if Obama will send team of physicians & CDC over to the caliphate? 


    Of course we will discuss last weeks Supreme Court rulings. Progressive Government furthers their cause to control Americans' lives from Cradle to Grave with their ObamadoesntCare decision. Nothing like legislating from the bench! A second landmark ruling courts decide Gay Marriage is legal in all 50 states. Nothing like government controlling all aspects of life and individual liberties in the United States of America! 


    Website: www.radiojihad.org 


    Twitter: #radiojihadnetwork  or Vito's twitter: #mamamiaNOsharia


    Join us this evening at 6pm EST - we May or MayNot be broadcasting from Little Falls, NY


    Mama Mia NO Sharia! 

  • 02:00

    Black Inventions

    in Music

    Benjamin Banneker His inventive spirit would lead him to be called the "first African American inventor", Banneker invented the first Farmers' Almanac. Andrew Jackson Beard On November 27, 1897, Beard received a patent for a device he called the Jenny Coupler. Miriam E. Benjamin was the second black woman to receive a patent. She received a patent for an invention she called 'a Gong and Signal Chair for Hotels.Henry Blair  was the second black inventor issued a patent by the United States Patent Office. Bessie Blount  invented a device to help disabled persons eat. Sarah Boone The ironing board (U.S. Patent #473,653) was invented by African-American Sarah Boone on December 30, 1887. Otis Boykin invented the 'Electrical Resistor' used in computers, radios, television sets and a variety of electronic devices. Charles Brooks invented the first street sweeper truck and was issued a patent on March 17, 1896. Henry Brown patented a 'receptacle for storing and preserving papers' on November 2, 1886, which developed into what is now known as the bank safety deposit box George Washington Carver invented peanut butter, adhesives, bleach, chili sauce, ink, instant coffee, linoleum, mayonnaise, paper, plastic, pavement, shaving cream, talcum powder  George Carruthers  was the inventor of the far-ultraviolet camera and the spectrograph. Emmett W. Chappelle was a biochemist, photobiologist, astrochemist and inventor. John B. Christian invented and patented new lubricants used in high flying aircraft and NASA space missions. David Crosthwait  holds 39 patents for heating systems and temperature regulating devices. He is most well known for creating the heating system for New York City's famous Radio City Music Hall.

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